Sociological Methodology

Papers
(The median citation count of Sociological Methodology is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Reconsidering the Reference Category41
Uncovering Sociological Effect Heterogeneity Using Tree-Based Machine Learning19
Multigenerational Social Mobility: A Demographic Approach14
Validating Sequence Analysis Typologies Using Parametric Bootstrap11
Can You Really Study an Army on the Internet? Comparing How Status Tasks Perform in the Laboratory and Online Settings11
Comparing Groups of Life-Course Sequences Using the Bayesian Information Criterion and the Likelihood-Ratio Test10
Surveying Spontaneous Mass Protests: Mixed-mode Sampling and Field Methods8
Network Autocorrelation Modeling: Bayesian Techniques for Estimating and Testing Multiple Network Autocorrelations7
Survey Methods for Estimating the Size of Weak-Tie Personal Networks7
An Implausible Virtual Interview: Conversations with a Professional Research Subject6
Data Quality and Recall Bias in Time-Diary Research: The Effects of Prolonged Recall Periods in Self-Administered Online Time-Use Surveys6
Estimating Contextual Effects from Ego Network Data5
Theory and the Replication Problem5
What Goes Up Might Not Come Down: Modeling Directional Asymmetry with Large-N, Large-T Data4
Language Models in Sociological Research: An Application to Classifying Large Administrative Data and Measuring Religiosity4
Using Social Networks to Supplement RDD Telephone Surveys to Oversample Hard-to-Reach Populations: A New RDD+RDS Approach3
Strategies for Multidomain Sequence Analysis in Social Research3
Modeling Partitions of Individuals3
The Anatomy of Cohort Analysis: Decomposing Comparative Cohort Careers2
Comparing the Incomparable? Issues of Lacking Common Support, Functional-Form Misspecification, and Insufficient Sample Size in Decompositions2
A Forced Critique of the Intergenerational Elasticity of the Conditional Expectation2
Sparse Data Reconstruction, Missing Value and Multiple Imputation through Matrix Factorization2
Small-Area Analyses Using Public American Community Survey Data: A Tree-Based Spatial Microsimulation Technique2
A General Panel Model for Unobserved Time Heterogeneity with Application to the Politics of Mass Incarceration2
Evaluating Substitution as a Strategy for Handling U.S. Postal Service Drop Points in Self-Administered Address-Based Sampling Frame Surveys2
Uncertain Choices: The Heterogeneous Multinomial Logit Model2
Systematic Social Observation at Scale: Using Crowdsourcing and Computer Vision to Measure Visible Neighborhood Conditions2
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